New Original 10.1 Inch Phone Call Tablet Pc Octa Core Android 9.0 Google Play GPS WiFi Bluetooth 3G 4G LTE Dual SIM Dual Cameras
Details 10.1 inch original 3g 4g phone call android
- Tablet PC Brand: BDF
- Screen Size: 10.1 inch original 3g 4g phone call android
- RAM:2GB(System and Applications occupy part of the space)
- ROM:32GB(System and Applications occupy part of the space)
- Resolution:1280*800 IPS
- Operating System:Android 9.0
- CPU Processor:SC9863A,Octa Core
- Standard Battery Capacity:5000mAh
- WiFi: Support WiFi (Built-in 802.11b/g/n WLAN Card)
- 4G: Built-in4G LTE
- 3G: Built-in, Support 3G calling, WCDMA 850/2100MHz
- 2G: Support 2G calling, GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
- SIM Card: Support
- Bluetooth: Support
2019 Tablet Review
The 10.1 inch original 3g 4g phone call android, specifically the SM-T510, succeeds the Tab A 10.1 (2016). The two tablets have the same screen size, but Samsung has changed a lot in three years. The new Tab A 10.1 sports a redesigned chassis and includes slimmer display bezels. The South Korean company has dispensed with the home button too and has included a newer SoC that it promises should provide better performance and improved efficiencies.
The company has also doubled the internal storage from 16 GB to 32 GB, although this remains eMMC rather than the faster UFS 2.1 that we have seen in some premium smartphones and tablets. There is still 2 GB of RAM, but this has been upgraded to LPDDR4. USB Type-C replaces micro-USB too, but there is still a headphone jack, which is fast becoming a relic.
In short, the Tab A 10.1 offers only minor upgrades over its three-year-old predecessor, but it is in keeping with a tablet that retails for 219 Euros (~$244). Samsung also sells an LTE variant, which costs an additional 50 Euros (~$56). By comparison, the Wi-Fi version of the Tab A 10.1 (2016) launched at 349 Euros (~$389); it is now much cheaper though.
We have chosen to compare the 10.1 inch original 3g 4g phone call android against its predecessor along with other budget and midrange tablets. These will include the Amazon Fire HD 10, Apple iPad 6 2018, Huawei MediaPad M5 Lite and the Lenovo Tab M10. We shall also consider our review unit against the Galaxy Tab A 10.5 and the Galaxy Tab S5e.
Samsung currently sells the 10.1 inch original 3g 4g phone call android in three colours: black, gold, and silver. Our review sample is the black model for reference. The tablet is pleasantly thin at 7.5 mm, although the pricier Galaxy Tab S5e is thinner still at 5.5 mm. The rear-facing camera protrudes by about 1 mm, so technically the Tab A 10.1 is 8.5 mm thick. However, this does not cause the tablet to rock about on a flat surface, so we did not notice this extra depth in daily use. The Tab A 10.1 weighs just 460 g, making it lighter than all our comparison devices.
We also like the build quality of our review unit and Samsung’s choice of materials. The back is mostly made from an unspecified metal, with a top strip being made from plastic, which houses the camera and antennae. Samsung has covered the display in Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and has added a plastic lip for added scratch protection. Overall, most of the gaps between materials are evenly tight. Some gaps between the display frame and metal chassis do not look as true as other areas; we hardly noticed this in daily use though.
The 10.1 inch original 3g 4g phone call android is surprisingly sturdy too. We can only get the display to temporarily deform if we press hard, and we cannot bend or twist the tablet easily either. The tablet has a rather wide plastic card slot, but this does not reduce its overall rigidity. The slot in our review unit only houses a microSD card, but the LTE version also takes a nano-SIM card. Please keep in mind that the tablet has no IP or MIL-STD certification. Hence, it is not dust or water-resistant.
The Tab A 10.1 has 32 GB of eMMC flash storage, but this can be expanded with a microSD card if you need more space. Our review unit supports all modern file systems, but it cannot store apps or data on expandable storage by default. You can enable this feature in Developer Options, which you must also unhide by pressing the build number within Settings several times. We were never able to format our reference microSD cards as internal storage though.
The tablet also has a USB 2.0 Type-C port, to which you can connect peripherals like a keyboard and mouse thanks to USB On-The-Go (OTG) support. The Type-C port can also be used to output audio, although there is a 3.5 mm headphone jack for that purpose too.
The Tab A 10.1 also has Bluetooth 5.0. It does not have an NFC chip though, so you cannot use it with services like Google Pay.
The 10.1 inch original 3g 4g phone call android supports Wi-Fi 5 connectivity and has a SAR body rating of 0.555 W/kg. By contrast, the LTE variant has a higher rating of 1.36 W/kg and utilises LTE Cat. 6 for up to 300 Mb/s download speeds along with 50 Mb/s upload speeds. The LTE model also supports eight LTE bands and can connect to 2G or 3G networks should you need to do so.
Our review unit achieved respectable Wi-Fi transfer speeds in our iperf3 Client tests with our Linksys EA8500 reference router. The Tab A 10.1 averaged around 295 Mb/s across both tests, which puts it ahead of all but the iPad 6 2018 of our comparison devices overall.
We should point out that we occasionally noticed some signal drop-outs during our tests. This should not cause any issues in daily use, but we would recommend not straying too far from a router if possible, as you may experience connection issues if you do.
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